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November 30, 2015: More data is now available for search, both from church registers and the 1891 Census. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details. 

November 25, 2015: A large amount of transcribed data has been uploaded, so now there are more than 28 millions records on individuals available for search! The records are transcribed by members of DIS-Norge, other history/genealogy societies and volunteers. We wish Grethe Hegge welcome as a new guest in the Digital Inn with her church records from Stjørdal in Nord-Trøndelag county. The newly added data is mainly transcribed from church registers, but there are also two 1891 census-lists transcribed by Jostein Mediaa and Buskerud slektshistorielag. In the list of the Most Recent 100 you find all the details.

November 19, 2015: New transcribed lists from the church registers are now available for search. Go to the Most Recent 100 for details.

November 11, 2015: We continue to upload more data you can search in. Today as well the data is transcribed from parish registers. See the Most Recent 100 for details.

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The digitising of the 1891 Census is finished


The National Archives finished the scanning of the 1891 Census this summer and today close to 2,5 million images are available in the Digital Archives. Read more...

1891 Census finished

The Silver Tax 1816 digitised


Norges Bank (The Central Bank of Norway) is preparing for its 200 years anniversary with the digital version of the Silver Tax of 1816. The scanned images of the tax lists were published in 2012, and now these lists are transcribed and available for search in the Digital Archives. Read more...

The front page of the Silver Tax list of 1816 for Vardal parish